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Forget filaments; Sculptify 3D printer uses pellets

A 3D printer on Kickstarter hopes to turn the tide away from filament and over to pellets to save techies money and expand printing options.

By August 25, 2014

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Navigate the grill with bendy GEFU Drago Stick Lighter

The GEFU Drago Stick Lighter features a bendable neck. No charcoal pyramid is safe.

By July 24, 2015

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Hot-tub hammock promises camping bliss

The Hydro Hammock is a relaxing hammock with the major bonus feature of doubling as a portable hot tub. It's a Kickstarter, though, so it might have to stay in our dreams.

By July 8, 2015

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Mixing cola and molten lead produces pure metallic beauty

Step aside, Diet Coke and Mentos. The Internet has discovered a new way to turn Coca-Cola into a reckless work of artistic expression.

By June 10, 2015

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How to play Aprils Fools' Pac-Man in Google Maps

Clear all the power pellets in your town with Pac-Man for Google Maps just in time for April Fools Day!

By March 31, 2015

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Go behind the scenes of the Pac-Man Super Bowl ad

Glowing ghosts on roller skates and a techno remix of the game's music -- here's how Bud Light made the life-sized Pac-Man maze light up in its Super Bowl ad.

By February 2, 2015

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Gadget lets you create your own 3D-printing filament

The Stooder is a desktop machine that melts down plastic pellets so that you can create -- or recycle -- your own filament for 3D printing.

By May 28, 2014

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'Yellow creature'! Which '80s newscast described Pac-Man best?

More than 30 years ago, reporters were hungry to share the craze known as "Pac-Man fever," though they were challenged to describe the arcade game in a fresh way.

By May 27, 2014

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This arcade machine runs on empty plastic bottles

Coca-Cola engages in an environmentally minded publicity stunt by launching an arcade game that takes bottles, not coins.

By April 30, 2014

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Startup takes wood pellets in, turns out 'biogasoline'

Primus Green Energy has developed a process to convert wood pellets and natural gas into a high-octane gasoline. But can they do it cheap enough?

By February 14, 2012